Genealogy and History of the Jesse Herbert Youngkin Family
The book investigates the Youngkin-Junghen Ancestry of the Jesse Herbert Youngkin family using information collected by family genealogists over the last century. The first purpose of the work is to create an archive of the surviving historical data, biographies, records, photographs and art. The second is to create a collection of stories concerning the family using personal accounts, local history and genetic genealogy. The book reflects on the profound experiences of my ancestors during their migration across the world. The inclusion of local and global history helps explain why my ancestors repeatedly uproot from their homes to undertake perilous journeys to hostile frontiers.
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YOUNKIN-JUNGHEN FAMILY NEWS BULLETINS
The Younkin-Junghen Family News Bulletins archive contains news bulletins issued by the Younkin-Junghen Family Reunion Committee and Donna (Younkin) Logan from 1990 through 2019. The news bulletins can be read or downloaded from the news bulletins page.
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The Youngkin Ancestry Document Archive contains estate documents from Somerset County, Pennsylvania for Jacob Younkin in 1811 and John J. Younkin in 1840. Circuit court documents from Williamson County, Illinois, include: John Harrison Youngkin in 1865, James Calvin Younkin in 1871, and Terry Lloyd Youngkin in 1875. The documents can be read or downloaded from the documents archive page.
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